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Helping job experts become teaching experts since 1999

Which barriers to achieving learning outcomes do your trainers and assessors face?

Evidence-informed teaching techniques

140+ unique, dual-coded explanations

HOW2s are step-by-step guides to teaching techniques. Unlike text or speech alone, the combination of still visuals and words means there is no need to figure out what to do.

Here are two steps extracted from a HOW2. Simple to follow, right?

Evidence-informed Teaching Techniques

Meet the HOW2s

Research shows that procedures are most effectively explained using a combination of still images and words. Because of this, we’ve spent tens of thousands of hours making evidence-informed teaching techniques easy to learn for busy job experts.


Nicolas Quentin introduces the depth and range of the HOW2s.

The HOW2 techniques have now been integrated into the Training and Assessing teams’ CPD and PDRs, ensuring a change in behaviours and cultures to create an interactive and autonomous training environment for our learners.

Chris Franklin Apprentice Programme Course Developer and Quality Specialist, Mercedes-Benz UK Limited

Unparalleled Achievements

Achieve Grade 1 or 2 with HOW2s

We’ve worked with over a hundred training providers including the UK MoD, Mercedes-Benz UK and Further Education providers across the UK and Saudi Arabia, and have an unparalleled record of helping them achieve an (Ofsted) external evaluation of Grade 1 or 2.

Customer Comments

The geographical spread of our apprenticeship delivery team within the UK means that we are faced with high travel and human resource costs if we wish to ensure quality improvement across the whole team. The HOW2s solve this problem.

Lynda Hammond Quality Manager,
CSR Group Limited

The universality of the images and the ideas they represent provides a focus for professional dialogue and for dialogue between teachers and students about what worked in the classroom.

Professor Kate Wall School of Education,
University of Strathclyde

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Customer Comments

We have seen student satisfaction ratings increase significantly and [HOW2s] have been an instrumental part in changing organisational and individual behaviours and cultures to reflect a genuine ‘trainee-first’ approach.

Colonel Garry Hearn OBE Defence Academy Shrivenham

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Reading: 94%
(National Average 79%)

Level 1 Writing: 84%
(National Average 70%)

Level 1 Maths: 82%
(National Average 55%)

Sean Kane Apprenticeship Trainer

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